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Book Review: The Untold Story of Oklahoma Blues Legend D.C. Minner

Book Review: The Untold Story of Oklahoma Blues Legend D.C. Minner

D.C. Minner and his wife Selby have, over the years, been the subject of many feature articles, news stories, and other publicity associated with their careers as Blues artists and music festival producers.

A Salute to Veterans: Meet Lt. Colonel Anthony Daniels (Retired)

A Salute to Veterans: Meet Lt. Colonel Anthony Daniels (Retired)

Anthony Daniels is the son of a career Air Force Senior Non- Commissioned Officer. Born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, he lived all over the United States and overseas. 

A Salute to Veterans: Meet Lieutenant Colonel Sherri Galloway

A Salute to Veterans: Meet Lieutenant Colonel Sherri Galloway

Sherri Galloway is a veteran who has served in the military for 31 years.

A Salute to Veterans: Meet General Michael Thompson

A Salute to Veterans: Meet General Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson is the Adjutant General of Oklahoma. 

HEALTHWATCH: HIV/AIDS Oklahoma Update

HEALTHWATCH: HIV/AIDS Oklahoma Update

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and is transmitted through contact with infected blood and bodily fluids. Such contact can occur through unprotected sex, through sharing of needles or other drug injection equipment, through mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy or breastfeeding. 

Captured Moments: 60th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Sit-in

Captured Moments: 60th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Sit-in

On August 19, 2018, we celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Sit-in at Fifth Street Baptist Church.  Below is a beautiful collage of...

Captured Moments: National Association of Black in Criminal Justice Training Conference

Captured Moments: National Association of Black in Criminal Justice Training Conference

The National Association of Black in Criminal Justice Training Conference was held at Langston University • Oklahoma City Campus on October 12, 201...

Winter Edition, Volume 2, Issue 4: A Love Supreme Commentary

Winter Edition, Volume 2, Issue 4: A Love Supreme Commentary

Gross manifestations of white supremacy and Neo-Nazism like the recent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, challenge who we are and what we are becoming as an American democracy. 

Spring Edition, Volume 3, Issue 1: Why Black Children are Going Bald...

Spring Edition, Volume 3, Issue 1: Why Black Children are Going Bald...

I know you were expecting “Why Black Women are Going Bald: Part II which will focus on the scarring alopecias (scarred hair loss disorders) as Discoid Lupus Erythematosus. However, a recent young female patient has motivated me to skip ahead to the issue of hair loss in Black children.

Spring Edition, Volume 3, Issue 1: Wake Up, Everybody!

Spring Edition, Volume 3, Issue 1: Wake Up, Everybody!

Just recently, as an invited guest, I spoke to an audience of mostly academics at the University of Oklahoma.
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